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Captain45

B350i Checklist (compact)

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Hi,

 

Since the checklist provided by Carenado is not very handy, I created a short and more pratical one.

 

I fly using PF3 ATC, so there are lines inserted for ATC activity. If you don't fly on ATC, just ignore them.

Furtermore I made the checklist more logical and based on my own experience in real life flight.

 

Pages 1 and 2 of the pdf can be printed two-sided and after that you can cut 1/3rd off (A4 paper).

The third page is for the V-speeds only.

 

Enjoy using it.

 

Dirk

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/mhq1dfurrk7gvpd/Checklist%20B350i%20King%20Air%20SHORT.pdf?dl=0

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Hi,

 

Your practical checklist is a nice tool. 

Remember that torque is a measure of power here, not N1. You should make proper replacements in the PDF.

 

 

Tom

 

 

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Remember that torque is a measure of power here, not N1

Hi Tom,

 

Most of the lines are copied from the checklist doc by Carenado, including the one you mention (I think). I'll give it a check later.

 

Dirk

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Tom beat me to it, but thanks Dirk for taking the time to at least get something out there where the developer fell short. If anyone needs more info, I have 2 well known sim companies checklists that cover the 350 series.

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